What would you do with $100,000 if you didn’t know where to put all that money right now?
Stuck in Diablo Immortal’s microtransactions, for example. That’s what the content creator jtisallbusiness thought too and created an absolute first-world problem.
Nobody left to play
After investing all the money, his matchmaking rating is so high that he simply can’t find any more opponents in matchmaking. Understandable, because very few are likely to put so much money into the game to get to a similar level.
Which didn’t make jtisallbusiness – appropriate name by the way – happy after he invested the $100,000 in the game instead of donating it to a worthwhile cause or something.
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Anyway, he tried to contact Blizzard and also considered hiring a lawyer for his specific situation.
“I can’t do things that I spent money on that character for,” he said of his situation. “And I don’t have a timeframe for when things will actually get fixed, or even if they’ll even get fixed at all, because I’m the only player in the whole world with this problem.”
How would you say it now? well
According to him, Blizzard has reacted in the meantime and wants to solve the problem.
“Blizzard got in touch with me,” he says, and says the problem will be addressed in the next few days.
“I can’t wait to see how the new system works. Hopefully it’s better designed.”
At the same time, he admits that the attention he garnered from media and fans helped resolve the situation. Surprise.